CES 2017 - HP has unveiled its latest high-performance monitor in its enthusiast Omen gaming hardware lineup, showing that the company isn't playing around when it comes to high-end gear.
The Omen X 35 is a premium display aimed at pro gamers, featuring a curved ultra-wide 35-inch display that delivers 3,440 x 1440 resolution in a 21:9 aspect ratio for a more complete field of view--the viewing angle clocks in at 178-degrees. The panel has a 2,500:1 static contrast ratio and a refresh rate of 100Hz and leverages NVIDIA's G-Sync technology to ensure low-latency, tear-free gaming, and has a 4ms response time with overdrive enabled.
Apart from the impressive wide angle, spacious screen, and decent G-Sync enabled refresh rates, the Omen X 35's screen is nearly bezel-less: it rocks a micro-edge display with side and top bezels that clock in at just 6.87 mm, adding even more value to the panel itself.
An array of ports ensures utility, including a DisplayPort 1.2 slot, a single HDMI 1.4 port, and three USB 3.0 ports as well as an audio out and headphone jack. This particular model also features an integrated headset hook to rest your audio gear onto.
HP's Omen X 35 will be available starting March 12, but it'll cost a pretty penny at $1,299 USD.
Check below for full confirmed specifications and more pics of the display.
HP Omen X 35 Specifications
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